Drop coffeescript and I'll use this every day.
Honest question for those of us, not that familiar with CoffeeScript:
Could you explain why or what a better solution would be? Thanks :)
simply put they worked to bring coffee-like stuff to js. es6 etc. so it's not really the thing to do anymore. better to use something native too more of a support base / standard. really no point to not use pure js anymore.
Seems logical. Thanks for explaining :)
ES6 all the way
But Coffee ... so biutiful
If you guys are going to support vectors, does this mean that I can copy from Sketch and Paste in Framer Design and be able to manipulate those objects like if they were created natively in Framer?
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Vectors and components = take my money
I already do most of my design work in Framer. Each new addition like this just means I use tools like Sketch less and less. Fantastic job Framer!
I am with you John, I am with you.
2018 is going to be very interesting!
Not a diss at all ... this looks lovely. What differentiates Framer from the crowded landscape of Sketch, InVision Studio and Adobe XD?
The key differentiator for me is that you'll never hit a ceiling in Framer. If you have an idea you can design it without relying solely on the tools features. With lower barrier to entry tools you'll always come across stuff you can't design, whereas when you use code the only limitation is yourself. =)
Really excited to see what's coming, you guys are killing it.
So, with this, Sketch Cloud and Invision Studio etc the design tools are slowly beginning to offer basically the same features.
No, you can make prototypes in invision studio without code (a better solution in my book) and I believe Sketch doesn’t have a built in prototyping tool yet.
And Invision studio will ave windows support! Something which Framer and Sketch doesn’t have.
Now windows yet, I have been lurking on their career page, I have seen a few Windows job postings. Btw you are talking about Framer studio because Framerjs is just a framework that you can use anywhere.
You are right. What I mean is that all major design/prototyping tools are moving into the same area.
This is MAJOR!